July 2008

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I was a juror in a case where a man was accused of attacking a cop who had pulled him over for a traffic violation. We convicted him because his […]

Yet another pointless drug raid: “My government blew through my doors and killed my dogs,” Calvo said. “They thought we were drug dealers, and we were treated as such. I […]

I’m something of a libertarian, and libertarianism is about fighting big government. Usually when push comes to shove, it’s law enforcement officers who are the point of the government’s spear. […]

I know nothing about election politics, but I’ve decided to make a prediction for the Prognistication file anyway. I’m noticing that a lot of conservative coverage of Obama’s campaign is […]

Well, I’m finished postprocessing the photos I took of Jennifer on Wednesday, and I think the photoshoot was a success. They’re not all beautiful, and they’re not as good as […]

Some friends of ours have rented a house up at Powers Lake in Wisconsin for a month and they invited us to spend some time with them. Mostly, we sat […]

I did a photo shoot with a model named Jennifer a few days ago, and it’s weird how photography distorts things. I’ve seen her in person from just a couple […]

I hate Digital Rights Managed (DRM) music. For one thing, once I buy some music, I want to be able to move it to other devices or other computers without […]

Reason‘s Jacob Sullum points us to the story of New Orleans District Attorney Keva Landrum-Johnson’s new policy of inflating her felony prosecution statistics by charging minor marijuana offenders with felonies. […]

Christian Bale, star of the latest Batman movie and the next Terminator movie, is accused of assaulting his mother and his sister in an incident at a hotel in London. […]